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Adrian Amedia’ 99, posted 10/11/2013

(1315 Fox Den Trl Canfield, OH 44406-8312; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) I graduated from Kenyon in 1999 and married my college girlfriend, Christie Masterson, in 2001 on the Kenyon Campus.  We were married in the chapel and had our reception at Pierce. We now have an 8- year-old boy and a 6-year-girl.  Our family resides in Canfield, Ohio.  I recently accepted the role of President for a physician and dialysis management company in Golden, Col.  My life is spent traveling the country, developing relationships with interventional physician practices and growing our business.  I am currently looking to hire an experienced M&A person with a financial background.  The position would be located in Golden, CO.  If any Chi Delts are interested - please contact me. Personally, I took up running as a hobby.  I ran my first full marathon last year.  I plan to be back on campus for the half marathon this April!

Kline, Adam '94 Posted: 6/26/2012

My first book is due out in September. It's called ESCAPE FROM HAT and probably best suits children six to ten. A synopsi sand several kind reviews are now available for perusal on Amazon. My good friend and pledge brother Tom Stambaugh has already ordered ten copies. My pledge brother Will Heywood, a very important businessman, claims it's too expensive.

Burgess (Christopher Burgess), Christopher "Lance Turbo" '91 Posted: 5/28/2009 10:27:07 PM

Christopher Todd Burgess

I've been living in Hong Kong since 1996 and have been in private banking the whole time...married for 7 years with 1 son, Dylan, born in October 2008. We get back to the U.S. twice a year...have kept in touch with Mike Chambers but nobody else seems to love me anymore. Ags, Nixy, Drew, Flagg, Art...all you guys dropped off the map...

I'll host a reunion in Hong Kong...

MacEachran, Daniel '98 Posted: 11/9/2007 10:32:34 AM

Greetings all,

I guess I have been off the radar for about 10 years or so now, ever since I left Kenyon minus one trip back. I am living in rural NH with my wife of five years and am currently wrapping up my PhD work here at Dartmouth College, a slight change from my days at Kenyon. Hoping to land a post-doc position in Boston this summer. Anyway, anyone in the Northeast drop me a line.


Fraser, Gordon "Gordon" '97 Posted: 9/10/2007 3:09:43 PM

I know I've been MIA for the last 10 excuse. Would love to hear from people. I've been super busy working and painting in NYC. I just launched my painting website. best.

Gordon Fraser '97

Bouman, David Posted '95: 1/26/2007 8:34:38 AM

Adam Kline and Dan Roush recently visited me in Buenes Aires where I am working for the US State Department. We ate more steak and wine than 50 rushees at the annual steak dinner. It was great! I am still searching for this Evita woman everyone talks about.

Sims, David "David" '99 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

"Chef Matthew" Crusey and I spent the past 3 years living together in Cleveland attending law school. I graduated in May and Crusey has 1 more year of school as part of his joint law/honors of Australian history program. I want to thank the current Chi brothers for giving the alumni a forum to continue our celebration, if you will, of Matt Crusey. If any of you are interested in other pictures of Crusey feel free to email me. Serious replies only please. I'll be in NYC at least until I get my bar exam results, so if anyone is going to be here any time before mid-november, get in touch. Mills 90 Clinton Street #2C NY, NY 10002

Binge, Brian "Brian" '95 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

The ""World Gaming Championship,"" dreamt up by Adam Kline ('94) and Giles Robyler ('96), consists of teams of two going head to head in various bar games, usually after a few warm-up beverages have been consumed. This past year (WGC '04) was held in NYC and participants stayed and sometimes gamed, at the Shannon Wilkinson's ('95) Apartment aka the WGC Village. This year the cup was won by Brian Binge ('95) and Neil Butler ('95) in a match that wasn't decided until a sudden death game of Euchre. The vanquished were the teams of Shannon and Mike Mooney ('95) and Giles and Dave Bouman ('95). For more pictures check out

DeSchryver, David "David" '95 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

I am still doing my best to live the collegian life. I live in between DC and NYC and am a development manager for I also write for and manage which is part of schoolnet. No kids. No dogs. A sweet laptop. Runnig shoes. Some triathlon magazine subscriptions and an growing cynicism. Who is in NYC that I should know about. There are plenty of good Delts in DC. God bless em all. dave 5/26/04

Teale, Charles "Flyguy" '97 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

What's up from Mr. MIA...reading over some of these names and trying to figure out who I remember yelling at in a drunken stupor...of course I remember the older guys b/c Spence and I were always kicking their ass on the pong boys in Steamboat better hope we don't make it up for a ski trip. Anyways, I'm out in Phoenix these days as a District Manager for DaimlerChrysler...whoever would've thought that I'd do anything that didn't involve frisbee golf or long term vegetating. I hang w/Spencer Bradley whenever I get back to my hometown of DC, seen Eric King, Marcus Snyder, Dave DeShryver, and the Sandman at one time or another around there too. Kicked it with Daryll Rubinstein at his wedding and of course saw the whole crew out there as well. No fam yet...just a dog that joins me camping, hiking, and I hit the bike from time to time. Anyone ever coming through, don't hesitate from getting in touch me.

Bonacci, Robert "Bob" '90 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

Kerrie and I had our first child, Ellen Grace Bonacci, born April 26. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces. Ellen and Kerrie are doing great.

Heywood, William '94 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

Married Darnell Preaus (Kenyon '94) in May 2000. We live in Columbus, Ohio. Son (Liam) born March 2003. We have a dog. I'm manager of strategic planning for Exel PLC. I keep in touch with lots of Chi alumns....all class of 94 and many others. Going to be at 10th reunion in May. Good luck with exams.